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Mach 3 post processing 4 axis rotary parallel

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iago_machado
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Mach 3 post processing 4 axis rotary parallel

Hi there,

Im trying to machine a chess piece on my 3020 cnc with 4th axis.
 
I had no issues in the past using the march3 post processor, downloaded in the autodesk library, but now when I try to use the 4th axis the code generated don't make sense in the milling process.
 
My 4th axis turns around the Y axis, and in the code the X axis keeps moving from one site to another in the block, i belivie that was supposed for don't have any moviment in the x coordinate  
 

Attached:

post processor
the design - Tentativa2
the generated g-code - Example 1

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1TgMdAcMpqWG8qs9r2IccRlfAelkpUReN?usp=sharing

 

Somehow on one of the early mornings I managed to generate the code according to what I believe would be the correct way, but when I uploaded the file in the morning the machine settings were updated and I was no longer able to repeat the process, but the generated code (R4) is also attached.

 

Thanks for the attention

 
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AdamKunzo
in reply to: iago_machado

Hello @iago_machado 

 

If you need a help implement 4X correctly to your post processor you can send me a message. 

I offer post processor modification as a service and can sort out this for you.

 

 

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iago_machado
in reply to: AdamKunzo

Hello Adam,

I would appreciate it, but first I would like to confirm that everything is correct, such as the setup and settings of the machine in fusion360
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AdamKunzo
in reply to: iago_machado

I will check your setup tomorrow and let you know 

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AdamKunzo
in reply to: iago_machado

Your setup is not correct. If you'd like to get a help from me, send me a message so we can discuss technical details and so on.

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